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YYGS to give 1 Indian student scholarship for Singapore program

There will also be an optional 2-day field trip for all participants to experience what makes Singapore one of the most influential cities in the world.

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Updated: Jan 18, 2016, 12.40 PM IST
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There will also be an optional 2-day field trip for all participants to experience what makes Singapore one of the most influential cities in the world.
There will also be an optional 2-day field trip for all participants to experience what makes Singapore one of the most influential cities in the world.
NEW DELHI: The Yale Young Global Scholars-Singapore Program (YYGS-Singapore) will select an Indian high school student for a full-tuition scholarship to attend the its 2016 program at Yale-NUS College in Singapore. This scholarship will cover the student’s tuition of $3,500 and travel costs.

The Yale Young Global Scholars-Singapore Program is an immersive week-long academic enrichment and skills-based practicum designed for high school students from around the world to encourage them to make an impact as young leaders. The program will feature lectures from Yale and Yale-NUS faculty, as well as seminars, leadership development, and academic mentorship provided by Yale graduate and undergraduate students.

There will also be an optional 2-day field trip for all participants to experience what makes Singapore one of the most influential cities in the world. Students who qualify for financial aid will be considered for the scholarship.

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